byHarris, Charles Wilson, 1771-1804; Wagstaff, Henry McGilbert
"The Harris letters ... represent, for the most part, a collection of the letters of Charles Wilson Harris ... to his uncle, Dr. Charles Harris, and to his brother, Robert Wilson Harris."--Prefatory note Topics: Harris, Charles Wilson, 1771-1804, Harris, Charles, 1762-1825, Harris, Robert Wilson, 1779-1812,...
byCrumpton, H. J. (Hezekiah John), b. 1828; Crumpton, Washington Bryan, 1842-1926
pt.l. The adventures of Dr. H. J. Crumpton, in his efforts to reach the gold fields of 1849.-pt.2. The adventures of W. B. Crumpton, going to and returning from California, including his lecture, "The original tramp, or How a boy got through the lines to the Confederacy".-pt.3. To California and back after a lapse of forty years, by W. B. Crumpton Topics: Crumpton, H. J. (Hezekiah John), b. 1828, Crumpton, Washington Bryan, 1842-1926, Overland journeys... Source: http://docsouth.unc.edu/fpn/crumpton/menu.html
"The outbreak at the Ferry was the first rebellion, with John Brown for its nominal leader. The second, though plotted for a long time, was publicly organized by Seward, Greeley & Co., at Chicago, the following year." -- p. 112
Autobiographical narrative and history of the Snow Hill Normal and Industrial Institute, Snow Hill, Ala Topics: Edwards, William James, b. 1869, Snow Hill Normal and Industrial Institute (Ala.), African... Source: http://docsouth.unc.edu/fpn/edwards/menu.html
The heart of old Hickory.--Fiddling his way to fame.--A wonderful experience meeting.--Who broke up de meet'n?--Rags.--Ole Logan's courtship.--The heart of the woods.--Christmas eve at the corner grocery Topic: Dialect literature, American Source: http://docsouth.unc.edu/southlit/dromgoole/menu.html